EIGHTEEN Number Ones
A one-pager giving top priorities in 18 categories for your path to Excellence.
Deep Employee Engagement/DEE
Engage your employees! Tom’s 1st message for 2019. Also known as Extreme Employee Engagement.
The nub of leadership is “helping/inviting others to ‘Discover Their Greatness.’ ”
Build Your Legacy
Since only your legacy lives on, you must consciously build it from day one.
Project Leadership Excellence
42 points of reference for measuring your project leadership skills.
Ultimate Success Secrets
Respect, autonomy, and sky-high aspirations are the attributes that will bring you to success.
Tom’s paean to small business, including steps to taking on the big guys: “WallopWalmart.”
In this video, longtime fan Dave Wheeler asks how Tom came to focus on frontline managers.
Tom’s answer to: “How do you tailor your speech to a different audience every time?”
Tom replies to a question submitted by website visitor Keith Clark about finding inspiration on difficult days.
Former Burger King chief Barry Gibbons says be anything other than ordinary.
Engage Your Brain
From Coyle’s The Talent Code: You’re more effective when engaged in your work.
Excellence. NO EXCUSES! Appendix 1. Experiment out of the boss’s sight.
Per Tom, one of the most important practices you can adopt is the apology.
Includes: Implementation, Corporate Culture, Managing By Wandering Around, Design.
EXCELLENCE (Or Why Bother at All?)
Chapter 2, The Works. Excellence is … “YOUR CHOICE. PERIOD.”
Professional Service Firm “Model” as “Cure All”
Chapter 13, The Works. Profit internal customers too.
TIB (This I Believe) Long
Tom says: love the mess, work in Technicolor, embrace deviance, etc.
Appendix 5, Excellence. NO EXCUSES! Tips on how to connect to an audience.
Tom Peters’ Lessons
Everything Tom learned about small business in the 25 years from 1981 to 2006.
Business Excellence in a Digital Age
Tom says business now is much the same as in 1982 when he co-wrote Search.
How to conduct an interview to get the best people into your organization.
Visiting Novosibirsk, Siberia, in 2006 refreshed Tom’s passion for Excellence.
Personalization Is Important
Tom says put a personal touch into any presentation to form an all-important connection.
Two Decisions a Year
Tom declares that your legacy is determined by the people you leave behind.
Philosophy of Dave Liniger (RE/MAX): Ensure the success of those who work for you.
The Adaptive Organization
Hire for attitude, character, and proven teamwork more than for skill.
Advice on Writing and Communication
In this video, Tom discusses writing influences and public speaking.
In this 40-slide set from 2004 known as X04, Tom gives 10 points of Excellence.
Irreducibles209, Sales122, This I Believe Master
Get lots of info in this three-in-one PowerPoint.
A mixed bag of subjects & quotes from Jack Welch, Nelson Mandela, and Mother Teresa.
The Big 8
Tom’s 8 universal truths of excellence in organizations, e.g., appreciating your people.
The Business 12
One slide offers what Tom considers 12 characteristics of successful businesses.
It Can Happen Anywhere
Tom answers the question, “How can what you describe work in my little shop?”
In Search of Excellence
A 3‑Generation Report Card: 20 years from publication, Tom looks back.
Them vs. Us Master
A 16-slide snapshot of what Tom sees as important for thriving in uncertain times.
Three treatises on leadership: The Leadership50, The Leadership25, and LeadershipSHORT.
Gain the competitive edge in branding your company by making it dramatically different.
An example of how to remind customers of just how Excellent your service can be.
Education for the Third Millennium
Tom gives his view of what’s wrong with education and how to improve it.
The PSF++ Solution
Tom suggests your business can stand out in a crowded marketplace with services added.
Beyond the Knowledge Economy
Re-imagine your business—with a focus on service to the customer.
The “Have You” 50 plus XF 50
A PowerPoint of Have You 50 paired with XF (Cross-Functional) 50.